Elizabeth Cazden

Standard Name: Cazden, Elizabeth


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Cultural formation Antoinette Brown Blackwell
In 1878 she returned to organized religion, joining a Unitarian Fellowship. Elizabeth Cazden believes that ABB was drawn to the Unitarian church because it envisioned a benevolent God and defended human freedom and moral reasoning.
Cazden, Elizabeth. Antoinette Brown Blackwell. Feminist Press.
politics Antoinette Brown Blackwell
At the conference ABB was well received by the audience. Shortly after this first conference she noticed she was recognized for holding revolutionary views, a reputation more unorthodox than she preferred. Cazden claims that ABB
Textual Features Antoinette Brown Blackwell
The Island Neighbors is a semi-autobiographical fiction based on the Blackwell family's annual summer trips to Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts. Elizabeth Cazden suggests that the main character, Margaret, intentionally resembles AB, especially in the...


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Cazden, Elizabeth. Antoinette Brown Blackwell. Feminist Press, 1983.